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where is the good place to buy a PC 7519 motor (without the base casting)?
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Pat because I frequent Amazon , they send me emails with weekly deals and one happened to be a PC 75182 , the model without a base . Got such a good deal that even after shipping to Canada I was way a head .
Just something to possibly keep your eyes on

I just found the one I bought . Sorry I don't know what a 7519 is

http://www.amazon.com/PORTER-CABLE-7...le+7518+router

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Agrees, Amazon has some good deals and if you can afford to wait and keep checking they offer it for even less. I recently bought a Wixy 365 for $38 instead of the usual $43.

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If I remember correctly Woodcraft offers the motor only on sale at least once a year for $299.00
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All the lift makers I've looked at offered the 7518 and 19. I can't remember what most of them were asking. It's been a few years since I concluded I didn't need a lift.

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where is the good place to buy a PC 7519 motor (without the base casting)?
Amazon...

take a moment and read this thread...

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ment-more.html

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Amazon...

take a moment and read this thread...

http://www.routerforums.com/table-mo...ment-more.html
That's it Stick , I'm starting a group called MAB (mothers against Bosch)

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That's it Stick , I'm starting a group called MAB (mothers against Bosch)

why Bosch???

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why Bosch???
Oh I thought you were beating up PC again ? Gotta get you back some how

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Oh I thought you were beating up PC again ?
not me....
just a heads up...

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